Bosch eBike Design Vision for New Generation of Electric Bike

Ten years ago, Bosch presented its first drive system for eBikes. Now, ten years later, the company has taken its electrical drive system to a mountain bike. Bosch eBike Design Vision features integration of its components in a way that offers new generation of electric bike.

This concept bike has been designed as an urban sports cruiser, it has carbon frame with fully integrated front and rear suspension that provides optimum comfort for cruising around the city, commuter trips, or off-road trails. The drive system from Bosch merges with the frame and handlebar, integrating into one unit in this concept. Thanks to perfect integration of the Performance Line CX, the PowerTube 625, new Nyon on-board computer, and Bosch eBike ABS, all of this makes eBike Design Vision a visual experience. There are side cooling channels in the frame, it helps produce necessary “cooling effect” for powerful and dynamic drive while riding. the PowerTube 625 can be removed for charging.

Bosch eBike Design Vision

Bosch eBike Design Vision

Bosch eBike Design Vision comes with fully integrated cockpit. The carbon handlebar features a clean, linear design. The fully connected Nyon on-board computer is incorporated in the middle of cockpit, you can clearly see that remote for the on-board computer and two brake levers form a single unit with black handlebar. The ABS unit is hidden behind front luggage rack, you might not spot it at first sight, it fits elegantly into the overall look. The front LED light is powered by the PowerTube 625, while the rear LED light is integrated in the frame rounds off this concept bike, adding futuristic touch to the overall appearance.

The joy of eBiking is demonstrated through the visual and design aspects of Bosch eBike Design Vision. The drive system aims to provide the base for manufacturers future design concepts.

Bosch eBike Design Vision

Bosch eBike Design Vision

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